Even so, zionfelix.web has all the exclusive gist about him.
A really shut resource to the lucky gentleman has revealed to us that his name is Kwasi Anansi Aidoo. He finished Achimota Standard College and proceeded to the St. Augustines School in the Central Region of Ghana for his Senior Substantial College education.
The 2019 version of the Ghana Movie Awards which was held at the National Theater on 20th December 2019 was not shorter of controversies and AmeyawTV captured it all.
The Ghana Motion picture Awards 2019 was marred by a selection of incidents. Like several shows structured in the place, this year’s Ghana Movie Awards commenced late – a lot more than 4 hrs behind timetable.
The purple carpet which was scheduled to begin at 6pm, begun at 9pm and finished close to 11pm. The clearly show officially commenced all-around 12:10pm with host Afia Schwarzenegger creating her royal entrance and experienced the group laughing with her monologue.
The topmost concern that prevented the accomplishment of the show was the audio technician’s decision to ‘kill’ the audio just as the MC for the occasion arrived on stage due to a credit card debt owed him by the organisers.
The technician insisted that he be paid out some arrears amounting to GH¢1,500 ahead of he gives audio for the celebration. Resorting to cellular dollars transaction, the organisers took the audio technician’s registered variety and despatched him one particular thousand Ghana cedis. Unmoved by the try designed, the sound technicians insisted he is compensated fully. The organisers finally included the remaining 5 hundred Ghana cedis and there was audio! Other incidents which impaired the event arranged by Fred Nuamah integrated the low patronage. Also, at some place, the playbacks announcing the nominees for many groups failed to enjoy. Interestingly, actors who have been nominated for some categories have been requested to existing awards to colleagues who conquer them to it.
Observe the distinctive highlights from the night in the movie beneath.
Some x-rated pictures of Ghanaian loudmouth social media critic, Ibrah 1 went viral before in the day and now the pictures have obtained a ton of reactions on social media.
Though the younger male whose high-class way of living and sensible cars and trucks have fetched him level of popularity amid Ghanaian social media customers have appear out to clarify that the shots which are likely viral are from a blackmailer and that the pictures are from 3 several years back, an additional supply statements it is a finish lie.
In accordance to K.O.D Stanley, the younger male who has been defending NAM 1 and his Menzgold tirelessly throughout their making an attempt situations, the pictures had been really leaked by a slay queen who is Ibrah One’s jilted aspect chick.
In his account sighted by zionfelix.internet, the lady leaked the shots simply because items received bitter in between them soon after he couldn’t fulfill a assure he created to her.
KOD also alleges that Ibrah One’s claim that the photographs had been taken some 3 years back is just a ploy to calm down the nerves of his existing facet chick, who has been angered following the launch.
We at zionfelix.internet can not verify if any of this is true but you look at out the screenshot beneath and make your have judgment.
The world-wide-web has been buzzing with all kinds of news about Cardi B’s visit to Ghana for a overall performance at the Livespot X Competition.
We have seen and heard various stories about how the party went and Ameyaw Tv has compiled our account of the full encounter for your viewing enjoyment.
From the hangout with Cardi B to the performances at the Accra Stadium, look at it all out and make a decision for your self if without a doubt the exhibit was a flop, or if people who attended relished by themselves!
The C.E.O of Kantanka group of businesses, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jnr very last evening opened his recently constructed mansion and like often the cameras of zionfelix.net, your reliable web page for all the juicy news and gossip in Ghana have been there to seize the moments in an unique tour of the household.
The mansion which is coated with some high-priced white paint is located on a four-acre land (oh of course! you go through ideal, a four-acre land) in Kwabenya.
The mansion is arguably the largest in the Kwabenya spot now. It has everything that a single would at any time want to have in his or her house.
A massive swimming pool, a substantial green house that would make the surroundings serene, a perfectly-built basketball and tennis court docket are just a couple of the unimaginable points one will uncover in this natural beauty Mr. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka has developed.
Cash surely does a good deal of ‘crazy’ things. Test out the exceptional movie down below and leave a comment about what you think of the house…
Lynx Enjoyment artiste, Kidi, prompted s stir amongst Ghanaians by way of his Instagram now. Some men and women have been thinking about as to if the images he shared on his page had been really legit or just to pull attention to himself.
Kidi has been in the new music field for someday and has hardly ever for the moment designed point out of a girlfriend than to breathe about a youngster throughout his media excursions or in his tracks.
To the surprise of Ghanaians he posted pics on his Instagram web site wishing his 3-year outdated on a Satisfied Birthday.
Sources near the of the ‘Thunder’ hitmaker discovered that he named the boy Zane Dwamena , and he was born in the British isles and was only introduced again to Ghana at age two. The resource also confirmed that Kidi experienced the lovely boy at the age of 23 with a younger Ghanaian girl.
Auditor Common is hard the legality of an ongoing investigation by the Financial and Organised Criminal offense Place of work (EOCO) into alleged procurement breaches at the Audit Assistance.
Mr Daniel Domelevo filed the suit at the Human Rights Division of the High Court docket, tough the action by EOCO as not launched in law.
“…Respondent [EOCO] has no statutory mandate to examine any offences relating to suspected corruption and corruption-associated offences beneath the General public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) and generally corruption and corruption-associated offences beneath the Prison Offences Act, 1960 (Act 29) involving community officers, which offences by advantage of the Place of work of Specific Prosecutor Act 2017 (Act 959) have now been put squarely within the province of the Office of Specific Prosecutor to investigate…” the match go through, amid other matters.
Auditor Normal experienced beforehand written a strongly worded letter to EOCO for investigating the alleged procurement breaches at the Audit Provider. EOCO strike again, reminding the Auditor Basic that he experienced no electric power to interpret the law.
The Auditior Standard, via his legal counsel, Messrs Sory @Law, said EOCO acted ultra vires when it purportedly commenced investigations into the procurement of automobiles procured by the Services sometime in the calendar year 2018, pleading the court docket to enforce his elementary human legal rights.
“Respondent’s [EOCO] selection to investigate and purported investigation of the Audit £iervice and myself for breaches less than the Community Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) allegedly committed in connection with the obtain of cars for the Assistance is wrongful and unlawful for want of compliance with Respondent’s enabling statute,” the accommodate mentioned.
He also claimed EOCO’s purported investigation of the Audit Assistance for breaches beneath the Community Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) allegedly dedicated in link with the buy of vehicles for the Support in 2018 was initiated capriciously, arbitrarily and in undesirable faith.
The Auditor Typical holds the watch that EOCO is a specialised company tasked with the obligation, precisely of monitoring and investigating economic and organised crime for which motive its statutory objects and features as particularised by its enabling statute are said as the prevention and detection of organised crime, the investigation of funds laundering, human trafficking, prohibited cyber exercise, tax fraud and other critical offences as very well as watch things to do related with the claimed offences.
“9. That at all situations content to the instantaneous application, Respondent’s statutory features originally involved the investigation of offences that require economic or economic decline to the Republic or any Condition entity or establishment in which the Point out has fiscal interest, but that this item and/or purpose was particularly taken away by the Business office of Specific Prosecutor Act 2017 (Act 959) by advantage of which statute, offences relating to suspected corruption and corruption-related offences beneath the General public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) and typically corruption and corruption-relevant offences beneath the Felony Offences Act, 1900 (Act 29) involving community officers need to now be statutorily investigated and prosecuted by the Office of the Specific Prosecutor and no other establishment,” the match browse.
He states additional that from the starting of November 2019, EOCO has invited officers of the Audit Company and himself to its offices “consequent on investigations Respondent has purportedly commenced into procurement breaches by the Assistance allegedly fully commited in the course of the acquire of some autos by the Support someday in the year 2018 and that my current deposition is evidenced by a letter dated the 7th working day of November 2019…”
“That possessing attended Respondent’s business, listened to and interacted with Respondent, I arrived at the summary especially right after Respondent purportedly cautioned me that Respondent exceeded its statutory mandate and acted plainly illegally when it [Respondent} invited officials of the Service and myself to assist in Respondent’s investigations into procurement breaches by the Service allegedly committed during the purchase of some vehicles by the Service sometime in the year 2018,” the Auditor General states.
The Auditor-General is seeking the following reliefs from the Human Rights Court:
i. A declaration that Respondent has no statutory mandate to investigate the Audit Service for any breaches under the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663).
ii. A declaration that Respondent’s decision to investigate and purported investigation of the Audit Service and myself for breaches under the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) allegedly committed in connection with the purchase of vehicles for the Service is wrongful, illegal, null and void.
iii. A declaration that the caution administered to me, in the course of Respondent’s purported investigation of the Audit Service for breaches under the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) allegedly committed in connection with the purchase of vehicles for the Service in the year 2018 is wrongful, illegal, null and void.
iv. An order of injunction directed at Respondent, ite officers, agents and all such persons, however, called from continuing with any investigations of the Audit Service and myself for breaches under the Public Procurement Act of 2003 (Act 663).
An order of injunction directed at Respondent, its officers, agents and all such persons however called from purporting to and/or exercising any power(s) of arrest against myself and /‹9r any official of the Audit Service in connection with Respondent’s investigations of the Service for alleged breaches under the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663).
The memorandum submitted by the Legal Committee of the National House of Chiefs did not exactly recommend or advocate for a “NO” vote in the upcoming December 17 referendum on partisan politics in district level elections.
The President of the National House of Chiefs, Togbe Afede XIV together with his Vice Daasebre Nana Kweku Ewusi VII authored a contentious document last week aligning with the proponents of a NO vote.
The statement released on Friday made reference to a memorandum by the Legal Committee of the House, which it claimed, recommended that chiefs should “strongly objects to the proposal that membership of local assemblies should exclusively comprise representatives of political parties, as in the case of Parliament”.
This position appears to have divided the front of the National House of Chiefs.
Governance Committee Chairman of the National House of Chiefs, Nana Ogyeahohoo Yaw Gyebi II, questioned the statement by Togbe Afede and the Vice and said “it is never true” that the House met on the issue.
The President of the Eastern Regional House of Chiefs, Okyenhene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin is also asking Ghanaians to vote YES in the referendum. READ MORE HERE
Meanwhile, the Chairman of the Legal Committee of National House of Chiefs, Nana Susubribi Krobea Asante, told 3news.com among others, “The burden of my submission was to make a case for the effective representation of chiefs as major stakeholders in local government in district, municipal and metropolitan assemblies.
“2. That 30% of membership of these assemblies should be ceded to traditional authorities.
“3. That local assemblies should not exclusively comprise representatives of political parties as in Parliament”.
He further made it clear that the memorandum “did not argue for a ‘NO’ vote in the referendum. The memorandum in fact offered advice on the technical and procedural aspects of the proposed local government reforms.”
However, Nana Susubribi Krobea Asante’s memorandum to the House urged the chiefs to “strongly object to the notion that membership of local assemblies should exclusively comprise representatives of political parties, as in Parliament”.
Below is the unedited memorandum submitted on January 22, 2019
THE PROPOSED LOCAL GOVERNMENT REFORMS AND CHIEFTAINCY
The National House of Chiefs supports the current policy of Government to effect constitutional amendments to ensure that chief executives of District, Municipal and Metropolitan Assemblies would be elected not appointed officials.
However, the current focus is on holding a referendum to amend Article 55(3) of the Constitution to permit the introduction of partisan politics into local government. While in principle, this should not be objectionable to the National House of Chiefs, we should take all appropriate steps to ensure that chiefs are not excluded from decision-making in an area where we are major stakeholders. The current Constitution and other formal structures of governance have marginalized chiefs not only at the level of national government, but also at the level of local government. Whatever the rationale may be for excluding chiefs from Parliament, there is no justification whatsoever for imposing any constitutional and legal prohibitions or limitations on the participation of chiefs in all aspects of local government.
There is no denying that chiefs play a crucial developmental role at the local or regional levels. This is not an extravagant claim of chiefs. It is a fact acknowledged by ministers of state and other officials and even NGOs who continually appeal to chiefs to assist in every development or governance initiative. At our recent meeting with the President at Jubilee House, the President himself acknowledged that Government and chiefs are engaged in the same business of development and good governance and that we should find ways of more effectively collaborating in these fields.
It would be evident to any objective observer that chiefs participate not only in initiating and executing development projects but also in the settlement of disputes, the maintenance of peace the mobilization of people for development and the conduct of campaigns against socially and economically harmful practices, such as galamsey, environmental degradation, and chain saw operations.
THE CURRENT CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION
The Committee of Experts charged with the formulation of proposals for the 1992 Constitution echoed the main themes of the 1969 and 1979 Constitutions on the recognition and guarantee of chieftaincy predicated on the central findings of previous constitutional commissions as to its importance and resilience in our social and cultural life and its role as a vital stabilizing factor. It, therefore, recommended the restoration of the relevant provisions of previous Constitutions which not only guaranteed chieftaincy but also prohibited the introduction of any laws by Parliament to invest the Government with the power of recognizing or withdrawing recognition from chiefs.
It also went further to recommend that appropriate steps be taken to ensure the effective participation of chiefs in local government.
The Committee pointed out that the relationship between the District Assemblies and traditional authorities was ill-defined. The Committee therefore urged the Consultative Assembly to find ways for the effective participation of traditional authorities in the work of the District Assemblies.
To this end, the Committee made the following proposals for the consideration of the Consultative Assembly:
The appointment of a paramount chief as the ceremonial head of the Assembly, with the right of address;
Setting aside a certain percentage of the total membership of the Assembly for traditional authorities and
Cooptation of a number of chiefs as members of the Assembly, without the right of vote
The Committee did not consider any of the above measures to be incompatible with democracy.
Unfortunately, the Consultative Assembly did not heed the recommendations of the Committee of Experts. The result is that the 1992 Constitution does not integrate traditional authorities with the local government system. Unlike the Constitutions of 1957, 1969 and 1979, the current Constitution does not provide for institutional representation of Chiefs in District, Municipal and Metropolitan Assemblies nor does it properly define the relationship between traditional bodies and local authorities. The only formal link between the local government structure and traditional authorities is the representation of Regional Houses of Chiefs in Regional Coordinating Councils.
This exclusion ignores the powerful case for integration of the two systems in the Akufo Addo Commission Report and the recommendations in the Report of the Committee of Experts Report on Proposals for the 1992 Constitution.
Aryee (2006) reviews the arguments for and against the representation of chiefs in District and other Assemblies and ends with the following conclusion:
The arguments advanced for and against institutional representation of chiefs in the District Assemblies and the sub-district structures show that there is a compelling case for institutional representation. The relationship between chieftaincy and the District Assemblies and their sub-district structures is ill defined, unclear and imprecise. The positive potential of chieftaincy as a means of mobilizing the people for meaningful development cannot be over-emphasized. Indeed, as earlier on pointed out, local governance in Ghana used to revolve around the institution of chieftaincy. In spite of certain features, which have often given cause for serious concern and the not-altogether-satisfactory record of some chiefs in national life, the institution of chieftaincy has an important and indispensable role in the District Assemblies and the sub-district structures.
Indeed the developmental role of chiefs makes such participation eminently appropriate. Yet the Constitution does not expressly provide for the representation of chiefs in District Assemblies, although their participation as Government appointees in such Assemblies is not precluded. The only pertinent provision in this regard is article 242 (d) which empowers the President, in consultation with the traditional authorities and other interest groups, to appoint up to 30% of the members of the District Assemblies. This does not guarantee the representation of chiefs in the Assemblies. Chiefs are only entitled to consultation in the process of appointment. The practical reality is that the recommendations of traditional authorities are largely ignored, and while some chiefs serve as members or even presiding members in some District Assemblies, chiefs are rather poorly represented in most District Assemblies. This is clearly unsatisfactory since chiefs have a critical interest in the determination and implementation of development projects in the areas of their responsibility. It would, therefore, be highly desirable to promulgate a constitutional amendment which unambiguously provides for the effective representation of chiefs in District Assemblies and other Assemblies. It has in fact been suggested that the 30% of membership now appointed by Government should be ceded to chiefs.
It is recommended that the representation of chiefs in District, Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies could be affected by allocating 30% of the membership of such Assemblies to traditional authorities. Such a provision could replace the current system of Presidential appointment of the said 30%. The allocation of this percentage to traditional authorities would enable them to appoint not only chiefs but also knowledgeable and experienced citizens to ensure that the membership of the Assemblies is not dictated exclusively by partisan considerations, but is enriched by the inclusion of skilled personnel.
The House should strongly object to the notion that membership of local assemblies should exclusively comprise representatives of political parties, as in Parliament. The chiefs, as pointed out, are legitimate stakeholders not only by virtue of their status as development partners but also as owners of stool lands in trust for their subjects who contribute 55% of the revenues accruing from stool lands to local assemblies. By every democratic principle, traditional authorities must have a legitimate say in the use of such resources and the selection and location of development projects financed by such revenues.
The marginalization of chiefs in governance has no rationale beyond enhancing the comfort zone of the political class. It is also a legacy of the struggle of the intelligentsia and political activists against chiefs for political power during the colonial and immediate post-colonial era. This struggle is now meaningless with the installation of representative governments. But the introduction of an electoral system should not be used to deprive traditional authorities of their role as effective partners in development and governance.
It has to be pointed out incidentally, that the introduction of partisan policies into local government should not be accompanied by the unwholesome political culture associated with partisan politics.
The incidence of exclusiveness, the unhealthy polarization of all issues, the marginalization of citizens who do not belong to the ruling party and the exclusion, of skilled manpower on partisan grounds would be detrimental to development and good governance at the local level. Currently the appointment of 30% Government nominees to local assemblies has been totally vitiated by partisan politics, with the result that appointments are determined by party membership to the virtual exclusion of traditional authorities which are usually allocated a minimal representation by the executive of the ruling party – a total travesty of principles of good governance. It has been argued that the proposed local government reforms would ultimately lead to inclusive government in the country. This is only marginally valid in the sense that the election of chief executives of districts etc. could result in the coexistence of central government and local government controlled by different political parties. However, at the local level experience clearly demonstrates that the culture of “winner takes all” would prevail to the detriment of united development endeavours.
It should also be pointed out that effective decentralization would be adversely affected by the control of local parties by the headquarters of national political parties.
TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF THE PROPOSED REFORMS AND THE ROAD MAP
I note that the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development is preoccupied with the amendment of Article 55(3) of the Constitution because it is an entrenched provision of the Constitution. Article 55(3) prohibits the sponsoring by political parties of candidates for election to District Assemblies or Local Government Units.
I am, however, surprised that the Roadmap or indeed the IDEG paper hardly mentions crucial provisions of the Constitution which have to be amended in order to ensure the full democratization of the local government system even though they are not entrenched. The Roadmap does indeed mention the subsequent amendment of Article 243 and the Local Government Act 2016 (Act 936). But, in my submission, a paper or policy dealing with the introduction of democratic processes into local government should address upfront all the relevant provisions of the Constitution, which are as follows:
The above-mentioned Article 55(3)
Article 242(d) which includes in the membership of District Assemblies, “other members not being more than thirty percent of all the members of the District Assembly, appointed by the President in consultation with the traditional authorities and other interest groups in the district.”
Article 243 (1) which reads; “There shall be a District chief Executive for every district who shall be appointed by the President with the prior approval of not less than two-thirds majority of members of the Assembly present and voting at the meeting.” and
Article 248 which complements Article 55(3) in the following emphatic terms:
A candidate seeking election to a District Assembly or any lower local government unit shall present himself to the electorate as an individual, and shall not use any symbol associated with any political party.
A political party shall not endorse, sponsor, offer a platform to or in any way campaign for or against a candidate seeking election to a District Assembly or any lower local government unit.
Although the above additional provisions are not entrenched, they should be fully addressed and catered for in the main Roadmap or any policy paper dealing with the reform of the local government system. It must be stressed that the amendment of Article 55(3) would not, technically speaking, amend any of the crucial provisions of Chapter Twenty i.e. Decentralization and Local Government, which constitute impediments to the inauguration of a fully democratic local government. These provisions are not consequential matters but key aspects which need to be addressed holistically in a general review of policy on local governance. Moreover, there can be no consequential amendment of the Local Government Act without a prior amendment of all of the above constitutional provisions.
This means that the entire local government reform programme would probably take a much longer period than is envisaged in the Roadmap. As I understand the strategy, a referendum will be conducted this year to amend Article 55(3). This will be followed by the so-called “consequential” amendments of the other provisions of the Constitution and the Local Government Act later. However, the Local Government Act cannot be amended until Article 242(d), 243(1) and 248 have been amended.
It is therefore impractical to design a roadmap which does not make provision for an intervening period between the amendment of the entrenched constitutional provisions and the Local Government Act.
It is manifestly inaccurate to declare to the general public that the amendment of Article 55(3) would automatically result in the introduction of the system of electing chief executives of Local Assemblies. The true constitutional position is that the amendment of Article 55(3) would achieve no such objective without the amendment of Article 248 which complements Article 55(3) and Article 243(1) which governs the appointment of District, Municipal and Metropolitan Chief Executives. The democratization of local government would also be incomplete without the repeal of Article 242(d) which provides for presidential appointment of 30% of the membership of District, Municipal and Metropolitan Assemblies.
At his recent lecture delivered on Constitution Day, Professor Bondzi-Simpson, recommended the promulgation of a Government White Paper to address all aspects of local government reforms. I would strongly endorse the issuance of such a policy paper which addresses all aspects of local government reforms including the representation of chiefs, a comprehensive analysis of the constitutional steps, the allocation of resources to local authorities and the reduction of central government control over local authorities.
Nana S. Krobea Asante
Chairman of the Committee of Legal Affairs
of the National House of Chiefs
22nd January 2019
 I was the Chairman of the Committee of Experts
 Professor Atsu Aryee, Some Thoughts on the Institutional Representation of Chiefs in the District Assemblies and the Sub-District structure” in Chieftaincy in Ghana Ed. Odotei and Awedoba, Sub Saharan Publishers 2006 Op. cit P. 61.
The identification of the male who gave Shatta Wale a manufacturer new Assortment Rover on his current birthday has been uncovered by zionfelix.net.
This portal gathered the vehicle was dashed to him by Mr Kofi Abban. Mr Abban who was making ready to journey outside the house the shores of the state structured the supply of the automobile in advance of he remaining, we learnt.
Just after getting the 2019 Vary Rover, the ‘My Level’ composer shared a image of the vehicle with a caption “My birthday reward just came Assortment Rover 2019 ..Thank you Godfada!!!”
The Ghanaian Oil and Gasoline entrepreneur and philanthropist has been a great admirer of the Dancehall King and also a lover of Ghanaian tunes.
Mr Kofi Amoa-Abban is the same male who initiated the peace involving Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy next their fracas at the 2019 version of the Vodafone Ghana New music Awards (VGMA).
The founder and CEO of Rigworld Team, which promotions in an oil expert services enterprise and operates throughout West Africa, been given a whole lot of applause from a segment of Ghanaians for becoming a mediator concerning Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
It was a fusion of each cosmopolitan and main tradition when the exceptionally stunning daughter of the Govt Governor of Zamfara StateRukaiyah Bello Matawalle and her beau, Muhtar Ahmed Dan Madami came alongside one another in matrimony at the Emir’s palace in Maradun. It was collected that the young lovebirds experienced achieved at a Cypriot university they the two attended.
The 7-working day carnival like wedding ceremony will go down in the record of the condition as a single of the wedding ceremony of the calendar year. From the resplendent function centre, the inventive makeover, the bridal shower and the roll get in touch with of dignitaries that graced the party, it was a planet-class wedding ceremony ceremony.
To kick start off the wedding ceremony was Bridal shower that friends and family of the stunning bride set together to rejoice the bride. It was followed by a Cocktail get together on the second day although the 3rd working day was the Fulani Working day and the fourth day occurs to be the Kamu, an age prolonged tradition. Close friends and family members ended up taken care of to a sumptuous banquet like Dinner on the fifth working day when the sixth working day experienced the traditional…which all took put in the governor’s residence.
The grand finale, the Fathia ceremony alone in which the bride and the groom were joined alongside one another in holy matrimony in the existence of Allah, family members, and a couple friends had the crème-de-la-crème in the society queing up to show up at. From governors to captains of industries, classic rulers and dignitaries from all walks of lifetime, the fathia ceremony which took place in the sprawling Emirs palace in Maradun was a communicate of the city.
The star-studded wedding experienced 9 serving and previous governors among dignitaries. The governors include Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto, Chukuemeka Ihedioha of Imo.
Also in attendance were Jibrilla Bindow, former Adamawa governor Ibrahim Shema, previous Katsina governor Rabiu Kwankwaso, former governor of Kano Sule Lamido, former Jigawa governor and Ahmad Sani, former Zamfara governor. Tambuwal, who stood as guardian to Rukaiyah, the bride, entrusted her into the fingers of Abdullahi Babani, Madakin Katagum, who doubled as the groom’s representative.
As the newlywed retires to their home to bask in the glow and euphoria of their adore, the ceremony will proceed to be spoken of in many years to appear and I am confident it will be a reference place when culture weddings are talked about in the country, due to the fact when RUKMUO19 came collectively, it was a blend of glitz, glamour and glitterati. Lest we overlook, splendor and course was also on display.
MyNewsGh.comhas exceptional childhood pictures of the economist who partnered Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the third successive time as his working mate following the 2008 and 2012 general elections respectively.
He went into the 2016 elections as a formidable power to reckon with as he turned an albatross on the neck of the then ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and has been credited for contributing considerably to the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP’s) electoral victory in 2016.
Lots of are holding the view he is the male to guide the NPP getting into account his extensive know-how in various spots of the economic system and successes he has chalked underneath his tenure as Vice President just after the exit of the current President
Born in Tamale in the Northern region, he was a Deputy Governor of the Lender of Ghana until eventually his nomination as Vice Presidential candidate for the NPP in 2008, 2012 and 2016. He was the lead witness for the petitioners in the 2012/2013 Presidential Election Petition which challenged the declaration of John Mahama as the winner of the election. He is married to Samira Bawumia and they have four small children.
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Rapper Kojo Cue has opened up about his forthcoming studio album in an exclusive interview with NYDJ on BTM Africa .
The rapper unveiled briefly about the theme of the tune and the inspiration driving it. He also said that album the album drops on November 1 so his teeming supporters need to continue to keep their fingers crossed.
Kojo Cue more disclosed that the album which is dubbed, ‘For My Brothers’ consists of 15 tunes.
Speaking on his favorite music on it, he mentioned he definitely likes the observe 3. He talked about that lovers can pre-get from the 11 Oct 2019.
The BBnZ Live artist also mentioned that while he has significantly admiration for a great deal of artists, he’ll settle for Ghana’s Daddy Lumba and US superstar, Jay-Z as his favorite.
Controversial Ghanaian actress Nayas 1 is last but not least off the market place, zionfelix.internet can authoritatively ensure.
The actress and motion picture producer at a private marriage ceremony ceremony at Paraku Estate in Accra was officially handed above to a German borger to be his wife.
Nana Sarfo Kantanka, Nayas’ husband we get is the Kontihene for Ghanaians dwelling in Hamburg German. The strictly by invitiation marriage ceremony which occurred on Friday, September 20 2019 was attended by handful of household, friends and colleagues of the couple.
Well known faces zionfelix.net noticed at the wedding ceremony incorporated Christiana Awuni, Adwoa Intelligent, Pamela Odame, Bro Sammy, Afia Scharznegger, Maame Gold and lots of ohers.
Zionfelix.internet was also present at the wedding day and we recorded almost everything that occurred for you to enjoy considering the fact that you ended up missing in action.
The spouse of Rev. Obofour, Ciara Antwi (alias Bofowaa), has been sharing glimpses of her ‘fabulous life’ with us on social media. The final couple days have observed Ciara celebrating her birthday and marking the 9th anniversary of her relationship to the Leader and Founder of Anointed Palace Church!
She’s been flaunting her new Rolls Royce, gifted to her by her partner, on Instagram and whilst she is nonetheless to share specifics from the swanky birthday party Rev Obofour threw for her, AmeyawTV has some distinctive footage for you under:
The marriage was attended by the likes of Stonebwoy, who done for the few.
An upscale residence management and lifestyle management companies firm, which focuses on providing environment-course experienced products and services to its person and corporate clientele, Belfast, has launched its special non-public membership club in Ghana.
The privately held invitation only function start of Belfast took put on Friday, 16th August, 2019, at the exceptional Sky lounge of Kwarleyz Residence.
Belfast’s expert services selection from the exceptional lounge and room obtain, VIP airport protocol expert services, chauffeur providers, luxury limousine rentals, bespoke party preparing, bespoke vacation itineraries to unrivaled wellness encounters by using its condition-of-the-artwork spa, sauna, and gymnasium spaces and so substantially much more.
Belfast is introducing a 1st of its sort distinctive privé concierge club.
Its membership method is intended to give its purchasers the greatest type of accessibility, privacy and comfort.
Membership is awarded on a selective foundation, and its associates can expect to love the a lot of pros of incomparable connections utilized to make everyday living each easy and exhilarating.
Associates of Belfast will love
• Distinctive entry to 3 world course Wellness and Exercise centers (i.e. gyms, spa, sauna) in the cash
• Special discounts on luxury auto rentals
• Precedence booking and reservations for places to eat with planet class culinary professionals.
• Special obtain to sky lounges & bars at a few key spots in the funds.
Ghana is a quintessential lawless place. From the major to the bottom, the individuals, in particular the ‘big men’ do not obey the regulations, regulations or directives of the land.
Training Services has on numerous moments explained that it has ban all types of
corporal punishments, which primarily are basic abuse of pupils, at major and
secondary colleges in Ghana.
In fact, even in the absence of this ban, what is accomplished to Ghanaian learners in the name of punishment can not be justified inside of the borders of purpose. Lecturers subject pupils to degrees of abuse, in the name of punishment.
Ghanaian comedienne and tv presenter, Afia Swarzenegger showed the other side of her after she obtained a reward from a musician recognized as Kwaakye.
Kwakye offered a gold chain, a hottest Rolex check out value more than hundreds of bucks and Simon Cartel diamond rings to Afia.
Upon hearing Kwaakye’s mission to her household, she exclaimed loudly and jumped all around like a kid in the playground.
Tears fell Afia Schwar right after the musician presented the things to her.
She then hugged Kwakye and thanked him for his kind gesture.
Kwaakye disclosed to Zion Felix that he took this determination to shock Afia after he listened to about her gold chain theft allegation.
He explained he was stunned about the allegations since if Afia was capable to afford to pay for her travelling expenditures to the United States of The usa, then she can unquestionably buy herself these goods which Johnny and Nana Twister claimed she stole.
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